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  1. Monica Gilbert

    The reading to children at bed time really resonates with me. We have a routine in place where my husband reads a story (usually picture book) and Bible story to our daughter (now 5), we give her bedtime kisses and hugs, and then I read part of a longer chapter book (until she falls asleep or I decide it’s been enough pages, which is usually around the 15-20 page mark). It’s nice because we’re both involved, and she’s getting different reading experiences.

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